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kennedy as well as photographs and some books. >>> u.s. markets are closed for the president's day holiday. when traders get back to work this week, the housing recovery will be a big focus. fresh homebuilder centsment comes out tomorrow, housing starts wednesday, existing home sales thursday. investors will also be on the hunt for some clarity from the fed. the release of its last meeting minutes. the question is whether there's been any more talk of ending its easy money policy. >>> also on deck, walmart's earnings report. speculation is swirling after bloomberg quoted an internal e-mail saying walmart's february sales were "total disaster." gold will also be on the radar this week. the recent market darling has tumbled to a six-month low, shedding 4% already this year. >>> prices at the pump have been on the rise each of the past 29 days, rising seven cents this week to a average in of $3.64 a gallon, 12 cents more than last year. >>> a strike by a major spanish airline could ground more than 1,000 flights this week. workers at iberia began a five-day strike at midnight over plans to cu
set his sights on 30 companies. they include cereal maker general mills. the u.s. supreme court will hear arguments in a case involving seed giant monsanto. a farmer planted soybeans that was a product of a monsanto seed. monsanto says to buy the seeds every year. this could affect patents on other important technologies. giving somebody another chance at sight. a system was developed by second site medical products that received fda approval. it will not actually restore sight. it would give patients the ability to perceive light and dark. that can help them with daily tasks. such as reading a large sign. i am gigi stone with the bloomberg business report. >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. >> good morning. we did not expect any snow. bundle up. the wind chill is about 10. we will see plenty of sunshine today. this will be the windiest part of the day. high temperature about 40. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> good morning. we have a couple of problem spots to talk about on the secondary roads. we will bring us up on a map.
. the u.s. supreme court will hear arguments in a case involving monsanto. a former planted soybeans that was a product of a monsanto seed. monsanto says to buy the seeds every year. this could affect patents on other important technologies. a system was developed by second site medical products received fda approval . . would give patients the ability to perceive light and dark. that can help them with daily tasks. i am gigi stone with the bloomberg business report. >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. >> good morning. temperatures in the upper teens and low 20's. that is a little deceiving. dress for 10. we will make it up to 40 with plenty of sunshine. rain and chicago, 49. dry and chilly in denver, 41. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> good morning. not looking to better overall. there is a problem in dundalk with possible lane closures. this is 795 near owings mills boulevard, 60 miles per hour in both directions. 65 in the area of white marsh towards the beltway. things are looking good north and southbound. almost a ghost town
it right. the kid was 14, i think, a freshman, in ninth grade. he hadn't had u.s. history yet. i didn't think that he was going to get the question about history when i saw the category military guys because even in the turn he hadn't been getting a lot of the military or american history questions. >> wow! sizing up the competition. >> we're going to play our own game of jeopardy right now. >> it's all on you. it's all on him. >> no, it's not. >> yes, it is. >> we didn't rig it like that. which president was the only one to be elected twice but not in a row? was it -- [ buzzer ] >> grover cleveland. >> yeah, it was grover cleveland. yeah. >> very good. >> all right. >> we're doing great so far. >> when you say "we." >> you mean leonard? >> me and leonard. >> i was actually going to give you a multiple choice. >> i don't think that's going to be happening a lot. >> i wouldn't have even needed to know a president. which president gave camp david its name after his father and grandson? >> eisenhower. >> dwight d. eisenhower is correct. that's an old person answer. >> that's good. tied 1
. well, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal service®, no business too small. a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ >>> we are back, joining me now, mark kelly, husband of former congressman gabby giffords and the co-founder of americans for responsible solutions. captain kelly, it's good feignly have you here. we have been trying to and finally got you on "meet the press." welcome. >> thank you, david u >> this was an emotional moment this week during the state of the union address i have covered a bunch of. they you don't often see the kind of energy and emotion around the issue of guns as we now see them. this was the month, the president was talking about the violence in chicago and other victims around the country as he called for a vote. this is what he said. >> hadiya's parents, nate and cleo, are in the
. they had come to the u.s. in the '70s, worked multiple jobs, raised four successful children and lived the american dream. mr. yi had just retired so they could travel. and then they were murdered in their own home. detective mike fox had a personal connection to the case. >> he actually was my neighbor at one point, so i would see him out gardening. a very pleasant man. >> not a neighborhood where you would expect this to happen? >> no. this is another crime where you have a victim that hadn't done anything to deserve it. >> and the crime detective fox and his colleagues had investigated had been especially vicious. mrs. ye had been beaten and suffocated with a plastic grocery bag. her husband had been beaten to death. but before he died, mr. ye took a swipe at his killer. and his dna was found under mr. ye's fingernails. police now knew it was the dna of clifton bloomfield. he had not even been a suspect in the murders. >> part of me was shocked, but part of me was like, makes sense. the brutality of the murders. >> news that bloomfield had committed two more murders sent a shock wav
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